MEASURED NEUROTICISM, INSTRUCTIONS, AND LEVELS OF INTIMACY-INPUT AS DETERMINANTS OF SELF-DISCLOSURE IN NURSING STUDENTS

STEVEN PAUL GILBERT, University of Pennsylvania

Abstract

Previous research suggested that neuroticism may be related to socially inappropriate self-disclosure, such as nonreciprocity of intimacy, rather than to any characteristically high or low level of disclosure intimacy. It had been speculated that neurotics were unresponsive or insensitive to s

Subject Area

Social psychology

Recommended Citation

GILBERT, STEVEN PAUL, "MEASURED NEUROTICISM, INSTRUCTIONS, AND LEVELS OF INTIMACY-INPUT AS DETERMINANTS OF SELF-DISCLOSURE IN NURSING STUDENTS" (1980). Dissertations available from ProQuest. AAI8018548.
https://repository.upenn.edu/dissertations/AAI8018548

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